<Application_Installation_Package_Name> - Setup Properties

Published: June 11, 2010

Updated: June 11, 2010

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows Vista

The Setup Properties tab of the <Application_Installation_Package_Name> dialog box enables you to view the following information for each of the known application installation package issues:

  • The file name, the file type, the canonical path, and the binary type for the file properties

  • The registry key path, the value name, the type, the file name, and the canonical path for the registry properties

To access the Setup Properties tab of the <Application_Installation_Package_Name> dialog box

  1. Click Analyze from the Quick Reports pane.

  2. Click Application Installation Packages from the appropriate operating system heading in the Quick Reports pane. For example, click Application Installation Packages from underneath the Windows 7 Reports heading.

    The <Operating_System> Application Installation Packages report appears.

  3. Double-click the name of an application installation package for which you want to see the associated details.

    The <Application_Installation_Package_Name> dialog box appears, with the Issues tab showing.

  4. Click the Setup Properties tab.

Using the Setup Properties Tab

On the Setup Properties tab of the <Application_Installation_Package_Name> dialog box, you can perform the following actions:

  • Review the issue details information, including the file name, the file type, the canonical path, and the binary type for the file properties, and the registry key path, the value name, the type, the file name, and the canonical path for the registry properties.

  • Select your assessment for the file. For more information, see Selecting Your Assessment Rating.

  • Select your deployment status for the file or registry information. For more information, see Selecting Your Deployment Status.

  • Categorize the file or registry information. For more information, see Categorizing Your Data.

  • Prioritize the file or registry information. For more information, see Prioritizing Your Data.

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